Fifty-two years after his death, his words still resonate.
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"It just seems to me that I should protect my brother because I am my brother."
Just one woman — Rep. Marsha Blackburn — was part of the meeting.
The majority of complaints are coming from right-wing activists in Texas and Oklahoma.
These tweets give you a glimpse of how race and religion impacts the lives of black Muslims.
In 2016, there were 101 anti-Muslim hate groups, up from 32 in 2015.
Stephen Miller was also one of the chief architects of Donald Trump's Muslim ban.
The word problem used words such as "plantation," "slave" and "master."
Lawyers are preparing to sue U.S. Customs and Border Protection if they don't get an explanation.
The United States does not have a federal statute on domestic terrorism.
Students have spotted posters at the University of Texas at Austin, University of Central Florida and Rutgers University.
One nonprofit immigration organization has helped more than 100 refugees settle into Canada since October.
ThinkProgress reports 261 incidents of hate violence targeting marginalized communities since Nov. 9.
"Let UNPRESIDENTED be our safe word."
Fake news sites are attacking Islam again. This time, they're claiming Canada is going to turn into a "sharia state."
The U.S. border officers wouldn't let Alaoui and her family enter the U.S. after finding videos of prayers on her cell phone.
The Olympic fencer suggested that she was detained at the airport because of her religious faith.
Trump's camp sees the Muslim Brotherhood everywhere in Muslim American life.
The grant will provide $1000 to $4000 to Muslim American filmmakers to challenge anti-Muslim narratives.
"Our religions are closer together than they are farther apart," one of the rabbis at the protest said.
The actor and activist talks about Donald Trump, the Muslim ban and his experience in a Japanese-American internment camp.
America is divided when it comes to Muslims and refugees.
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"Muslim Canadians are an important part of our national fabric."
New Yorker Amir Sabouri went to a relative's funeral in Iran. Now he wonders if he'll ever be able to come home.